Carol Ann Endsley

January 31, 1940 ~ June 13, 2022 (age 82)
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Carol Ann Endsley died at home on June 13, 2022 surrounded by her family and 2 dogs.  She is survived by her devoted husband Jack, her son Steve (Kevin), granddaughter Gabriella, and her step daughter Jackie Lawrence (Sid).  She was predeceased by her parents, Forrest and Evelyn Blair, her sister Shirley Devine and her beloved son, Daniel.  Her memory lives on in the hearts of many dear friends and family.  

Born in Des Moines, Iowa on January 31, 1940, shortly after her birth, the family moved to Illinois where she grew up.  After attending two years at the University of Kentucky and active in Delta Delta Delta, she married and eventually moved with her husband and children to Maryland in 1968.  Carol was a successful realtor in Southern Maryland for nearly 25 years.  She loved boating and had many adventures with her husband Jack, whom she married in 2001.  Her fondness for dogs was lifelong and she affectionately referred to herself as "The Pack Master".  Carol made friends everywhere she went.  She was an outgoing, feisty woman who gave everyone an open invitation to come over for one of her famous bloody marys, some stories and a laugh.  Everyone was welcome in her home and entertaining was a passion.  She was always prepared to throw together an impromptu happy hour.  This just exemplifies her generous, fun-loving nature.  

A celebration of life event will be held in Maryland sometime in the months ahead.  


Mrs. Endsley is entrusted to the care of Kelvin F. Lewis, Funeral Director, and Lewis Crematory & Funeral Services of Myrtle Beach, SC.





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